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Oct 9, 2012 12:00pm EDT
. so, it's always going to be hard to work out. we have a fascinating case that arose in san francisco in 1966 when the city of san francisco said it would not fund social-service agencies, including catholic charities that did not provide health care benefits to domestic partners. the catholic archbishop of san francisco had no liberal heat. he wound up succeeding as the head of the congregation for the head of the freight. they allow insured employees to does it make any one legally domicile in their residence as a health care beneficiary by a close friend or gay and lesbian partner. the archbishop argued that the catholic church was always in favor of increasing health care insurance coverage of this was the way to do it. even though we would be this other factors involved. so, in my judgment the second set of rules in the obama administration proposes a compromise which in its own way tries to respect the freedom and the rights of all of the parties involved. >> thank you. [applause] thank you and good evening. i am here representing more than 120,000 women who live paycheck to pay
CSPAN
Oct 26, 2012 12:00pm EDT
of left of san francisco. you also said that democrats aim to create chaos in order to gain power. could you explain that? king: chaos from fiscal irresponsibility and a potential meltdown of our economy which would come eventually if we didn't balance our budget. yes, you look at the groups that have supported mrs. vilsack, those over spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on campaigns. they are out there in san francisco, and one of them would be a chess u.s. the antimeat lobby and it's a pretty easy case to make. this is someone that i think his posture themselves as a centrist it's an entirely different story and i don't say that with regard to the woman issue. i told several women get elected office and i was the one that nominated the lieutenant governor of the state convention. the governor says she might not have one that nomination if it hadn't been for me had the key thing for her. the last was merriam. i campaigned with her and mrs. vilsack worked against her. relatively easy thing to vote the district and sit in your office in washington and come back home and work to get
CSPAN
Oct 1, 2012 8:30am EDT
close with a fascinating analysis case that are rose in san francisco in 1966 when the city of san francisco said it would not fund social-service agencies including catholic charities that did not provide health care benefits to domestic partners. the catholic archbishop of san francisco weld of succeeding as the head of the congregation for the head of the freight. they can to a compromise to allow a shortage and we used to designate anyone legally donned domicile in their residence as a health care co beneficiary. be that person a child, parent, aunt, ) or gay and lesbian partner. the archbishop argued the catholic church was always in favor of increasing health care insurance coverage, and this was a way to do it even though there would be this other factor involved. so, in my judgment the second set of rules from the obama administration proposes compromise which in its own waitress to respect the freedom and the rights of all of the parties involved. [applause] thank que. good evening. and representing more than 120,000 women who live from paycheck to paycheck and struggle to
CSPAN
Oct 25, 2012 9:00am EDT
indicators show that if the lions win the election, mitt romney. the san francisco giants wind, obama is favored. we also look at the redskins record, and they will be playing the carolina panthers in the final game, and the redskins are slightly favored. and if they win, the incumbent is likely to win. just so you have that. now, onto our election panel. in today's abc -- excuse me come in tuesday's abc news "washington post" poll, romney and obama were separated by seven hundredths of 1%. i don't think i've ever seen anything that close. we're going to turn to michael first to talk about what he sees the election at this point and then hendry will take a look at ohio, the state we're all watching most closely. and, finally, norval look at the senate, compared with and house races. michael, let's begin. >> thank you very much, karlyn, and this is been an exciting election season here. i think we all pretty much agreed we have something of a sea change or significant change in this election after the tour will -- the first debate between barack obama and mitt romney. it seemed to tran
CSPAN
Oct 31, 2012 5:00pm EDT
the united nations was being founded in the meetings were being held in san francisco, three of saudi arabia's family members were out those proceedings. and on the weekends, parsons engineering and corporation based in california would take the saudi arabia delegations to its construction sites and its infrastructure achievements. and over the course of the time of doing this together, saudi arabia and fast, might you come to our country and show us how to build these kinds of things because we need them and we need a partnership with something like you. something as basic as that, informal, person-to-person much of this relationship. and routine regiment and from that to trust into confidence into mutuality benefit. the opportunities are the same pharmaceutical companies and law firms. one of those pharmaceutical firms told me they would be willing to take 40 saudi arabia and. if years, 10 a year to give internship training thin headquarters. the theory was that out of the four d., within the next decade, perhaps one, perhaps two, perhaps three. but even if only one would have signature au
CSPAN
Oct 15, 2012 8:30am EDT
in san francisco. and it was just an awesome experience. myself in milton friedman, and rose would be there, and oftentimes one or two others would go and we would just talk about the economy. and i got to learn economics from the master. i will never forget one of my last conversations with milton. i said, what are the three things we can do over the next 20, 50 years to increase the rate of economic growth in this country? and he said number one, school choice which is something he pursued very aggressively. number two, free trade. on the third thing he said is cut government spending. and i said milton, by how much? i'll never forget, he smiled and he said by as much as possible. and i think that's an interesting insight. i think of milton friedman were alive today he would agree with just about everything ben has said in a study. one of the things i find interesting is that the argument against doing these cuts, and facing this fiscal cliff, is that this reduction in government spending will cause all sorts of economic disruption and certainly a lot of the points that professor
CSPAN
Oct 4, 2012 12:00pm EDT
college anything with a debate on that. there's a group out in san francisco that has come up with an idea where if you can get the state's total to the votes which is what you need to win to sign the pact to agree that the the electors will always vote for the person that got the highest popular vote, it would be potentially a way around trying to get a constitutional amendment which is exceedingly difficult and unlikely. >> i would add as far as the swing state coverage to think that one of the failures in this cycle is that we reporters have had done sort of our policy and pass reporting to much of the swing states in terms of the obama administration record. how much have we heard how it has affected the ohio economy. but we have not heard very much about the agricultural policy and nebraska because nebraska doesn't matter for example, so i think that there are ways that we are letting -- i haven't looked at the unemployment rate in any of the states that aren't selling states for example about how florida is the national average and we can do a better job of doing more policy coverage
CSPAN
Oct 16, 2012 12:00pm EDT
, the san francisco speaker, encouraged my opponent to move from santa monica into ventura county because she knows that my opponent has had a consistent record voting with party leadership. i think it's very important when we talk about who's going to represent the this community, one, someone has to know the community. i didn't need mapquest to understand how to get here today. i've been here. um, in fact, cal lutheran university when i was a little kid, i used to come here, the dallas cowboys' training camp was here, and i have fond memories of growing up here. and i think in order to represent a community, you have to know the community. i represent this entire district in the california legislature, and i've been honored to do such, and i'm hoping that i have your trust and your vote to represent this community in washington, because my neighbors' concerns are my concerns. this is a community that my kids are going to grow up in. and i want them to have the same opportunities i had growing up here in ventura county. >> thank you, senator. [applause] brownley: i would just like to say
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